You know you’re the right person if you:
- Want a supportive, fun, comfortable, and efficient office environment
- Thrive in a friendly and creative team.
- Thrive in a fast-paced collaborative environment
- Have a learning mindset and embrace a good challenge – yes please!
Qualifications and Skills:
- 1-3+ years of relevant experience working in an architecture office.
- Ability to work well in a team environment.
- Critical and creative thinker with strong design ability and attention to detail.
- Proficient in Revit, with experience in producing visualizations preferred.
- Proficiency in AutoCAD, MS Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and Bluebeam.
- Strong writing, editing, organizational, and verbal communication skills.
- Experience in the architectural/engineering industry.
- Interest in green building technologies, products, and net-zero design strategies.
- Receptive to coaching, with the ability to learn from constructive feedback and apply it to future work.
- Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in Architecture from a four-year college, university, or equivalent; or five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
- Documenting experience under the NCARB Architectural Experience Program (AXP) and actively pursuing licensure required. Licensure, LEED AP and additional certifications encouraged.
- Exercise your creativity by hand and digitally. Do both! Prepare thoughtful and quality design illustrations or sketches and create digital models that accurately communicate projects’ design ideas, goals, and potential solutions.
- We may have a great design, but how would others know about it without quality communication and information? Produce well-coordinated, accurate, and thorough project drawing sets by developing design and technical drawings, and researching relevant information.
- It looks great, but the building has to work! Conduct, communicate, and document thorough code and product research for the project team.
- Stay organized! Assist in maintaining well-organized digital and physical project files.
- Find the right stuff! Source material/project samples, obtain cost estimates, and develop strong vendor relationships.
- Build the project team’s knowledge base. Take notes and prepare meeting minutes that accurately and efficiently summarize important findings, information, decisions, and action items.
- Move the project forward. Participate in in-person meetings and work to meet project teams’ goals and creative problem-solving needs. Work with senior staff to evaluate individual project needs and coordinate with consultants.
- Help the team get it built! Participate in site visits based on project needs and accurately document relevant issues, decisions, and action items for the project team.
- Hybrid Schedule. We are in the office as a team from Tuesdays through Thursdays. Mondays and Fridays are in office optional (local work from home available Mondays and Fridays).